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Meeting set for Melissa Road project

Aug. 05, 2014 @ 07:11 PM

HUNTINGTON — The West Virginia Division of Highways will have an open discussion on the Melissa-Huntington road project from 4:30 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 7, in the gym concourse area at Huntington High School during its informational workshop public meeting.

The project consists of improvements along W.Va. 10, beginning near the eastbound ramp of Interstate 64 (exit 11) and near Cedar Crest Drive (County Route 44). New intersections will be constructed at High School Road, Woodville Drive (County Route 46), Mount Union Road (County Route 39), James Kilowatt Road (County Road 10/15) and Green Valley Road (County Route 35 South). The intersections at Norwood Road (County Route 35 North) and Orchard Road will be reconfigured to utilize a portion of existing W.Va. 10 as a local access street.

This meeting complies with the National Evironmental Policy Act and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act requirements. The approved Environmental Assessment will be available for review.

During the meeting, the public will be given the opportunity to ask questions and give written comments on the project. No formal presentation will be made. A handout with project details will be available at the meeting and on the WVDOH website.

Those wishing to file written comments may send them to RJ Scites, P.E. director, Engineering Division, West Virginia Division of Highways, Capitol Complex Building 5, Room 317, 1900 Kanawha Boulevard East, Charleston, West Virginia, 25305-0430. Comments must be sent on or before Monday, Sept. 8.
Visit http://go.wv.gov/dotcomment for project information and the opportunity to comment on the project.

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